Oh my godness! A view minutes ago i praising the perfect ROM from the CR-Droid Team and now i see this! I follow the e-project for years now and meanwhile i think i have to forget it. Never they will build one for Vayu! Yet i have to buy a second Vayu! :-D
there is a warm big family in Telegram:
it seems POCO X3 PRO is such a flagship phone for the most users that is a hell what is going on out there!Sorry for keeping the thread vastly out of date for several months. In full honesty, I've failed to find any motivation to update it, and I severely overestimated my future engagement to keeping it up to date.
With that being said, I updated the list of recoveries, and replaced the link to custom kernels and ROMs with a link to all the development threads.
If there's anything you wish to add, let me know.
I thought about adding these groups to the list, then I saw this: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/whatsapp-telegram-chat-channels-way-forward.3769646/it seems POCO X3 PRO is such a flagship phone for the most users that is a hell what is going on out there!
my recommendation would be to add a few official Telegram channels, where there is always something interest going on (perhaps in the last section of the 1st post under the MISC TIPS & TRICKS):
Poco X3 Pro | Photography (all about Camera and GCAM modification for great photo-shootings!)
Official Group: @pocox3proglobalofficial - Read rules (/rules),Use English Only - Only Share Pics Clicked With POCO X3 Pro - Mention The Camera App Used - Don't Share More Than 11 Pics - Photos Must Have Captions - No Promotion Allowed - Slight OT Allowedt.me
Poco X3 Pro | Photography
Poco X3 Pro | OFFICIAL
Poco X3 Pro OFFICIAL Community • Read rules (/rules), English only • Channel: @PocoX3ProUpdates • Photography group: @PocoX3ProPhotography • Off-Topic group: @PocoOffTopic • Customization group: @PocophoneCustomizationt.me
actually yes, inside Telegram Group there are way more ROMS to discover, although they are all AOSP based, using MONET and having very small differences.
You'll need to install a Magisk mod (Kernel SEpolicy patcher) prior to V4A to let you change SELinux status to "permissive" instead of "enforcing" (by default). After doing that and rebooting, you can run V4A app from scratch in order to [re]install driver now in permissive mode -- reboot, and you're done.
You sure you're looking at your own thread?